Howard Hughes

19 Jan 2021  Tue

Howard Hughes was an American business magnate, investor, record-setting pilot, engineer, film director, and philanthropist. He studied at two prestigious institutions of higher learning: Rice University in Houston and California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California. Howard was an aviator and film director; he inherited his family’s successful oil tool business and began investing in films. He is well known for being one of the wealthiest men and one of the most famous monks.

Howards Hughes for an aviator, his passion for flying, had made him a founder of his own aircraft company in the early 1930’s. Besides designing and building a plane, several times he risks his time in testing planes and setting world air-speed records in the mid- the to late 1930s. Today on 19th January 1937, Howard Hughes made record files from Los Angeles to New York in seven hours and 22 minutes.

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